Davidson Kempner Launches Europe-Focused Event-Driven Fund

Feb 2 2011 | 11:17am ET

Davidson Kempner Capital Management has rolled out its new Europe fund.

The European Opportunities International fund is helmed by portfolio managers Michael Herzog, Chris Krishanthan, Zach Gozali and Darren Curtis. It is a multi-strategy event-driven vehicle which, despite its name, can invest up to 30% of its assets outside of Europe, HFMWeek reports.

The fund's international portfolio will primarily consist of Asian and Australian investments.

Investors in the European Opportunities International fund will pay 1.5% for management and 20% for performance. There is no lock-up and biannual liquidity with 60 days' notice. Deutsche Bank serves as prime broker.


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